Bed wetting is a common childhood problem and some children may need treatment for persistent problems. This article discusses the treatment options.
A backwards flow of urine into the kidney is linked to urinary infections in children. This article offers a broad overview of the condition and the treatment options.
PMS is a common problem, affecting some women more than others. This article provides an overview of the condition, common symptoms and what treatments may be helpful.
Oral thrush can occur in about five percent of all newborn babies. This article discusses the symptoms and recommended treatment.
Sleepwalking is fairly common among children but most grow out of it by adolescence. This article discusses common characteristics of sleepwalkers and how to keep the child safe at night.
Newborns experience many changes in the first six weeks of life. This article provides a thorough overview of normal biological behaviour with advice on feeding, bowel motions, and common illnesses.
These products are used to treat vaginal thrush (candida). This article profiles the different treatments available and how they should be used.
This is one of the causes of vitamin B12 deficiency. Sufferers can become anaemic, dizzy and short of breath. This article provides an overview of the condition and how it should be managed.
SLE is a rare autoimmune disorder which can cause inflammation of the skin and organs in the body. This article discusses the disease, common symptoms and what can be done to help manage the condition.
Pilates classes are now being adopted by world class athletes and international rugby players. This article profiles the importance of Pilates and the key principles of the exercises.
A sore throat is a symptom of many different illnesses. This article provides an overview of some of the causes and what can be done to help.
Seasonal affective disorder is also known as SAD and is associated with depression during the winter months. This article looks at the symptoms and recommended treatment for the disorder.